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Phase Three Brewing is opening in Elmhurst, IL in a deal arranged by Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage

Phase Three Brewing Has Second Location on Tap 

Inland Real Estate Commercial Brokerage arranged a retail lease by Phase Three Brewing Company at 492-494 S. Spring Rd. in Elmhurst, IL. SVPs Paul Montes and Eric Spiess represented Phase Three Brewing.   

The tenant is converting a former bicycle shop into a 3,600-square-foot taproom with a full kitchen, to-go sales and outdoor space. Elmhurst will be Phase Three Brewing’s second location, complementing its 28,000-square-foot microbrewery and production facility and 2,500-square-foot taproom in Lake Zurich.   

“We’re honored to work with the Phase Three Brewing team to execute this lease and expand their footprint into DuPage County,” said Montes. “They are one of Chicagoland’s most sought-after breweries, and the new Elmhurst location is well positioned to draw customers from the surrounding communities.”  

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